What's in January-March 2017?
Get dramatic with your EOS photography and draw inspiration from this issue. You'll learn about how Anatoleya juxtaposes long exposures with portraits, why lowering your viewpoint can have a dramatic effect on your images and how choosing the correct focusing area on your EOS can improve your finished shot no end.
We also examine the latest technologies in the EOS 5D Mark IV and consider the developments and improvements to this new camera.
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Focusing areas – EOS function
Major advances in autofocusing systems over the last few years means it has never been more important to choose how you want your camera's focusing to operate. Find out why it's crucial and how to choose for your subject.
Band of rebels – the EOS project
Anatoleya has perfected the technique of combining movement with portraiture for stunning effect with his EOS 5D Mark III. Find out how.
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Techniques – our top picks
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Low down – technique
How often do you kneel down – or even lay down – to take a photo? This simple act of lowering your camera can have a dramatic effect on your images.
Learn more about the new EOS 5D Mark IV and Canon's latest technological advances with this camera, plus why several lenses in the EF-range appear so similar yet have variety to offer.
Back to default – camera settings
With its customisable options you can set your EOS camera to suit your shooting style. However, sometimes you might want to undo all of your bespoke settings and start from scratch. Here's how and what to consider when doing so.
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Wi-Fi – camera settings
We investigate your Wi-Fi options, including the new Wi-Fi adapter W-E1 and built-in options on some of Canon's latest models.